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We have camped in Timber Ridge campground for 5 nights. They have friendly staff, nice indoor pool,breakfast and dinner gatherings. Full hookups are are available with 50 amp service. There is a playground and fishing pond. Our complaint about this campground is the dust. I would describe it as a dust bowl. Roads are gravel and whenever cars, trucks, or golf carts go by our unit clouds of dust are created. I have camped in other gravel road camps where you do get some dust but nothing like this. My red jeep is totally white. Owner needs to use some dust control product or pave main road. Some yahoo unloaded a large tractor from his pickup to cut grass around his trailer. With the blade engaged he ran it on the road and created what I would call an atomics cloud of dust. Fortunately his wife came out waving her arms and I can only surmise she gave him common sense lecture. This could be a really nice park if they fix the roads.

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We enjoyed our stay which was near both the town of Williams and the Grand Canyon. The site was partially shaded and reasonably level. Clean looking in appearance. We would stay there again.

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This campground is conveniently located off I-40. I would describe it as a very plain campground. Much like a parking lot with hookups. They have pull thru sites with level concrete pads, Great for those who don't want to unhook their toads. Their pedestal box looks beat and doesn't have breakers but instead has them nearby in a locked box. I connected to their electric and everything was fine until 10 pm when everything shut off. I tested the pedestal and got zero volts. In the morning the breaker was re-set and I did get 121.5 volts. Couldn't get power to my coach. I stopped for repairs and found the transfer switch was zapped. The tech said you were hit by a power surge. The bottom line is I wouldn't recommend using their electric without a surge protector.